John Scales - Attorney

John N. Scales

Greensburg Office
Attorney-at-Law
Direct Dial: 724-836-4840



Areas of Practice

•  Eminent Domain
•  Personal Injury
•  School Law

Bar Admissions

•  Pennsylvania

Professional Background

Admitted to practice in Pennsylvania in 1958. Also admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court.

Assistant District Attorney, 1966-1969, and District Attorney, 1969-1972 Westmoreland County. Delegate, Pennsylvania Constitutional Convention, 1967-1968. Member, Pennsylvania State Senate, 1972-1974.

Education

•  Yale University (A.B., 1954)
•  Harvard Law School (LL.B., 1958)

Professional/Civic Activities

Member:
•  Westmoreland County Bar Association
•  Pennsylvania Bar Association (PBA)
•  Westmoreland Trial Lawyers Association
•  Westmoreland County Inns of Court
•  Advisory Board of Clelian Heights School for Exceptional Children.
•  Social Work Advisory Committee of Seton Hill University.
•  Regional Coordinator for Yale University Day of Public Service
•  Task Force for the Yale University Global Alumni Leadership Exchange Program (including speaking and exchange programs at the National University of Australia (2008) and Tokyo University (2009))


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Greensburg, PA 15601

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